|Item Weight||1.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 2 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||LN903|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Liquid Nails LN903 10-Ounce Heavy-Duty Liquid Nails Construction Adhesive
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- LN-903 10Oz lo VOC LIQ nails
- This product adds a great value
- This product is manufactured in China
- Bonds heaviest materials
- Water resistant, durable, and flexible
- Superior bond outlasts project
- Bonds to plywood, particle board, brick veneer, corkboard, and cement backerboard
- Excellent gap filling
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Liquid nails, 10 oz, heavy duty construction adhesive, interior & exterior grade, waterproof, formulated to bond brick veneer, fiber wood, wood trim, particleboard, drywall, plywood & polystyrene foam, meets ASTM c-557, VOC Compliant, VOC content 69 G/L.
From the Manufacturer
Liquid Nails LN903-10oz heavy duty construction Adhesive is a low solvent, high strength, heavy duty construction adhesive specially formulated to provide the professional and do-it-yourselfer excellent adhesion and longer working time. LN903 heavy duty construction Adhesive is recommended for us with brick veneer, particleboard, polystyrene foam board, fiberboard, drywall, imitation stone, wood trim, plywood, and ceiling tiles. LN903 heavy duty construction Adhesive is not recommended for installing tileboard directly to studding, plastics, ceramics, mirrors, flooring applications, underlayment, granite and marble. Please research all installation instructions and read entire label for safety, health, and environmental information prior to use. LN903 has instant holding power, is water-resistant and is durable and flexible providing superior bond. LN903 has a 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
Top Customer Reviews
It would be in your interest to recall this batch or lot. Rick is disappointed .
Part of the issue is that this is Low VOC, and feels like latex caulk. It just doesn't hold up.
Also, it doesn't seem to fully cure. I was able to peel off some excess by hand after curing a week. It is still pliable, and can be torn and re-stuck to itself.
I looked it up on the manufacturer's website, and it says:
exterior and interior heavy duty applications including countertops, cabinets, brick veneer, plywood and waferboard, foil insulation board, tileboard, treated lumber, drywall and most common building materials (concrete, lumber, etc.).
NOT Recommended For:
flooring applications, ceramics, mirrors, granite, marble, plastic, vinyl or ceiling tile.
Using a 1/4" (.64 cm) bead: 28 fl. oz. cartridge covers 88 lineal ft.
Using a 1/4" (.64 cm) bead: 10 fl. oz. cartridge covers 30 lineal ft.
1 Gal. can covers 60 to 90 sq. ft.
1 Quart can covers 15 to 22 sq. ft.